PING Golf’s 3D-printed putters [VIDEO]

Club manufacturer expands innovation efforts at 2015 PGA Merchandise Show.

February 5, 2015   by PLANT Staff

PHOTO: The Golf Spy

PHOTO: The Golf Spy

3D printing has made its way to the golf course.

Ping, the Phoenix, Ari.-based golf club manufacturer known best for its innovations in fitting and high quality castings, introduced its first 3D printed putters at the 2015 PGA Golf Merchandise show in Orlando, Fla.

The company, founded in 1959, became the first manufacturing to provide high quality cast clubs, which reduce costs and allowed better quality control for high-technology features. It’s been at the forefront of golf innovation, and is continuing that trend with its new 3D printed putters.

Check out the video below to see how and why they’re doing it.


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